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    Default bluetooth devices freeze tab?

    well, i tried to connect an apple wireless keyboard and a logitech mice with tab, they are connected. but after a while, tab becomes sooooooooo slow and freeze up.

    Now I only connected it with the keyboard, so far so good. although I haven not been using it all the time.

    several possibilities:

    1. it can't handle two bluetooth devices simultaneously
    2. mouse generally doesn't work well with tab
    3. something is wrong with my mice.

    any idea?
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    not the mice, it slowed down all by itself when BT is on, I just delete green leaf and we shall see if that makes difference.
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    nope again.

    it seems galaxy tab can't handle bluetooth for a prolonged period of time?
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    Would help to know which Tab. They aren't all the same. My T-Mobile tab, which I got on day of release, has no problem with the Apple mini-bluetooth keyboard and a Microsoft BT mouse. Even over time.
    Probably posted from my Samsung Galaxy Tab
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    yeah, I have the TMO tab.

    one thing you may help me to try, is to connect all bluetooth devices and play a song or two on Pandora, see if anything happens. You may need to force shutdown and reboot if it freezes.

    The reason is that I heard blutetooth service is in conflict with some background data activities.

    I actually disabled background data and ooVoo service, and removed pandora and twitter. It seems fine so far. I may turn on background data again today since its default settings of the tab, and may not be responsible for the problem.
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    so far so good.

    so I would have to put blame tentitatively on ooVoo, Pandora, a Twitter service.
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    Default Solution for the problem!

    After a lot of research on this, eventually almost giving up, I found a solution! If you have pandora or another app that enables bluetooth control (they are usually music/media apps, or apps that allow a car bluetooth docking station to control the app), that is the culprit. Simply go into the app settings and uncheck the bluetooth box!
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    I had a similar issue. I just purchased The Samsung Car Dock and was using it with my Bluetooth radio.
    I was running Car Home along with Power Amp. Also Installed was Easy profiles and Pandora.
    My issue was the music was stopping and starting periodically. So I started uninstalling anything Bluetooth related. The issue still didn’t stop. I finally figured out it was my Wireless. My guess is that it was scanning and picking up wireless connections as I was driving. As soon as I turned off Wireless, the issue was resolved.
    Last edited by Floridadomer; 06-22-2011 at 07:45 AM.

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